Google Chrome Now Lets You Share Webpages Across Devices

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Google Chrome started deploying the stable version 77. Along with that, he also introduced two new features. These include a reorganized download menu and the ability to share web pages on different devices. The features are not really new because they were hidden in the functionality of the experimental flags of Chrome. But now they are also available on the generic platform without the need to activate flags. So let's see how to use the Chrome browser to share web pages on various mobile devices and desktops. And if you're interested in these two recent Google developments, take a look at the 5 tips to get the most out of Google Chrome.

Share webpages on synchronized devices

The functionality of sending web pages on different devices is available for mobile and desktop versions of Chrome. From your PC, open any tab and right click above. Among the different functions available, one would be Send to (instead of "your device", it would be mentioned the real name). The device can be any tablet, mobile or PC. It must simply have the same Google ID as the sender.

On the mobile version of Chrome, open the desired content and tap on the three vertical dots in the upper right. Then press Share and select Send to your device. You will then receive a notification on the device in question. Just tap it to open the web page you received. Surprisingly, this feature also works great on Chrome version 76.

If you do not like Chrome notification and want to get rid of it, read our guide describing the different ways to disable Chrome popup notifications on Android devices.

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Using the Chrome browser to share web pages is not the only feature introduced by Google. As already mentioned, Google has also changed the user interface of the Downloads section. But this change is visible only on version 77, which is not available on the Play Store, at least for Indian users (at the time of writing this guide).

Reorganized download section of the Chrome browser

Google Chrome has also changed the user interface of the downloads section. Under this section you will now have two categories- MY FOLDERS and ARTICLES FOR YOU, located at the top bar. the My folders The tab shows all the files that have been downloaded, are being downloaded or downloaded in pause. Just below the My Files tab, there are three filters- All, Images and Others. As the name suggests, it indicates the respective file types. in the Articles for you tab, it shows all articles that Chrome has saved for offline viewing, based on your search results and preferences.

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This feature is only available on Chrome version 77 and not everyone seems to have had this update. Until then, users of version 76 or earlier could try this new Downloads section by going to chrome: // flags and search Enable home v2 download. Then change the fault option of enabled. A restart of your browser may be necessary for the change to take place.

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As mentioned earlier, many of you may still be using Chrome v76. So keep a tab on the latest version 77. On your Android device, you can do it via the button Play store. As for the desktop version, the same thing could be done by going to Help me > About Google Chromium.

We hope that the latest version of the Chrome browser will be deployed quickly enough for everyone. This would allow them to take advantage of this useful feature of the Chrome browser to share web pages on different synchronized devices.

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